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Issued 1896-1925 by the Egyptian Research Account (1906-25 jointly with the British School of Egyptian Archaeology under its earlier name: British School of Archaeology in Egypt); 1926-40 by the British School of Archaeology in Egypt
Vol. 19, with title: Historical studies, issued as the school's Studies, v. 2
Vols. 1, 60 and 61, issued without series author statement, contain respectively Flinders Petrie's Naqada and Ballas, Egyptian architecture, and The making of Egypt
Evidence reported by KatieLawson for item publications17brituoft on April 16, 2008: no visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1909.